Zyra F. Lentija is a full-time instructor at the College of Arts and Sciences, where she teaches both Philosophy and Theology. She holds a Licentiate degree in Philosophy specializing in Ethics and Anthropology, which she obtained from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome. She has a deep interest in addressing issues in philosophical anthropology, neuroscience, and psychology. Her commitment to an interdisciplinary approach and analysis led her to complete various courses like Philosophy and Neuroscience and Biology and Rationality in preparation for her licentiate thesis on Volitional Acts and the Problem of Libet’s Experiment: An Anthropological Analysis. She is currently doing a master’s degree in Karol Wojtyla (St. Pope John Paul II) under the Asociación Española de Personalismo.
She has designed and implemented a social-media-icons-inspired leadership program for junior and senior high schoolers under Puntasveva Centro Culturale- Istituto per I Centri e Colleghi Universitatri in Bari, Italy which focused on the personal development founded on anthropological and existential perspectives.